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Pwllheli Golf Club

Course

7.3

Greens

6.5

Facilities

7.3

Value

7.8

Hospitality

8.5

Average rating

7.5

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Pwllheli Golf Club

Golf Road

Pwllheli

Gwynedd

LL53 5PS

01758 701 644

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Royal Oak Golf Society

Average rating

8.4

5th June, 2016, by NickLott

I've played this course a few times now and i must say i'm suprised it has not had better reviews on here. I think people expect a full links course which this is not, the 1st 7 holes are parkland, then 11 links holes, some more links than others.

I personally enjoy the early holes, the 1st is a good opener and the 5th a great little par 4, 7 is almost a par 5 but not quite. From the 8th onwards the course transforms, 4 great holes along the beach with only the occasional sea view (but what a view), followed by a short par 3. The next 3 holes all feature dog legs, a long par 4, a short par 4, then a beast of a par 4 needing a great tee shot to get anywhere near a par chance. 16 is another great short par 4 with a blind tee shot, get near the marker post for a lovely approach shot into the well guarded green. 17 is tough, green well hidden, 18 is a nice easy finisher.

The fairways are always in great condition, and even after the terrible winter we've had this year the course looks and plays great. The greens are beautiful, but for me need to be cut much shorter to unleash the full potential, fairly slow when they should be super fast.

A warm welcome is guaranteed, i've mentioned in other reviews the friendly nature of golf in north Wales and this place is as friendly as they come.

I'll be playing this course for years to come, its not got the wow factor of Nefyn (has anywhere?) but for me its a better golf course, possibly the best in the area (i've not played Portmadog yet).

Course

9

Greens

7

Facilities

8

Value

8

Hospitality

10

Good track

Average rating

7.6

12th October, 2015, by Livpoolgreg

Played here late afternoon and the golf provides a good stiff test, although the greens were slow you can clearly see how fast they can be, we were made extremely welcome by the club manager Dennis and the pro, would advise anyone to play here

Course

7

Greens

6

Facilities

7

Value

9

Hospitality

9

Not bad but not the best in the area.

Average rating

6.8

8th September, 2015, by chuwey

Played this course as part of a North Wales golf tour in early September. This is a part parkland part links course and the fact that it tries to be two things does not help. You start with a number of parkland holes that are OK if a bit bland and then move onto the links side. The links holes are much more difficult and a good test for the average golfer. It was quite windy when we played it that meant the par 3s were difficult to hit on the links side. It had been very wet the week before we played and the first cut was very long and needed cutting as balls just off the fairway were difficult to find. I am not saying that it is a course i would not play again but compared to the others we played it was noticeably less interesting for the average and good golfer. (Nefyn, Harlech and Porthmadoc)

Course

6

Greens

6

Facilities

7

Value

7

Hospitality

8

Close to the sea

Average rating

7

24th March, 2015, by Lexo

A tale of two halves, is it parkland or is it links? A real mix of holes here with the front side being lush and a parkland affair whilst the back side is links with some holes running very close to the sea. Also an old cottage sits tucked in behind the 10th green. It’s a great course for holiday golf as its not overlong and with the sea adjacent it was most pleasant.

Course

7

Greens

7

Facilities

7

Value

7

Hospitality

7